Since he closed in January Borussia Dortmund changed, he is a big favorite with the public: Erling Haaland.
The Norwegian was from RB Salzburg in January for around 20 million euros Borussia Dortmund changed and struck at BVB immediately. Scored in eleven competitive matches Erling Haaland eleven goals and brought the black and yellow back on the winning track after a bumpy first half in the Bundesliga. No wonder that BVB fans are excited about the new addition.
Erling Haaland: BVB’s new super talent
The question that all Borussia Dortmund fans ask: How long can BVB keep their striker jewel? After all, Haaland’s huge talent already hit the wish lists of many top European clubs.
Many a BVB fan even fears that Haaland could leave Dortmund at the end of this season – whenever that may be. But his consultant is now calming down.
Raiola: “Don’t think Haaland is going”
The Spanish sports newspaper “Marca” says Mino Raiola: “I don’t think Erling Haaland will leave BVB in the summer. It still has to develop. He will stay with Borussia Dortmund for as long as he needs. “
At the same time, Raiola emphasizes: “It is true that Erling Haaland has an incredible ability to develop rapidly. To be honest: I thought it was too early when he moved from Salzburg to Borussia Dortmund. “
But Erling Haaland proved that he is ready for BVB. “Nobody would have thought that he would adapt to the Bundesliga so quickly,” enthuses Raiola: “The step from Austria to Germany is anything but easy. But he’s such a huge talent. It’s just nice to see him play and develop wonderfully. ”
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Haaland a candidate for real?
In addition, Raiola made no secret of the fact that he would soon like to accommodate one of his players at Real Madrid. The “royal family” had always been associated with Erling Haaland. “I have very good relationships with Real,” says Raiola: “I hope that I can give them a great football player soon.”
When can Haaland score goals again?
When Erling Haaland can celebrate his next Bundesliga goal is in the stars. Game operations will be suspended for the time being – until April 3. However, it is currently extremely unrealistic that things will continue.
Decision probably at the end of March
In the week from March 30th, it should be decided whether and when to continue. With UEFA postponing the European Championship to next year, the Bundesliga now has significantly more scope to keep the season running until the end of June.
Season break in the Bundesliga?
In the meantime, even the termination of the season is being discussed. Virologists believe that not a single game can be played each year. Thus, a ball would only roll again in 2021.
This is Erling Haaland
- Age: 19 years old (21.07.2000)
- Place of birth: Leeds (England)
- Nationality: Norway
- Size: 194 cm
- Position: center forward
- Shirt number: 17
- Previous clubs: Bryne FK, Molde FK, RB Salzburg
What would the Bundesliga look like afterwards?
If there is actually no more playing this year, this enormously long break would have insane effects on the Bundesliga clubs. Many clubs would probably face bankruptcy. Even the financially strong clubs would be in big trouble.
DFL meetings in the coming weeks
The DFL will meet again on both March 24 and March 31. Then the German Football League will discuss when and how to continue. Experts are sure that the DFL will extend the break by at least another two weeks.
Different scenarios on continuation
If the Bundesliga season should actually continue, there would be several scenarios in which the clubs could complete the season. The individual scenarios depend on the time remaining in the Bundesliga. The clubs could play games every two or three days or they could play a lot of games in fixed locations in a very short period of time – similar to a World Cup.
How do the other nations do it?
In England, the league pauses until at least May. Experts suspect that the Premier League will even be suspended until June and then want to end the rest of the season in a turbo process.
In other leagues, those responsible are not yet there. Similar to the Bundesliga, the league bosses are in the dark all over Europe.
Does the 50 + 1 rule change after the Corona crisis?
A question that is currently being hotly debated among Bundesliga fans: Does the 50 + 1 rule topple after the end of the Corona crisis? Some fans believe that the league and clubs could now open the gates to investors because otherwise they would not be able to save themselves from financial hardship.
The discussions about the 50 + 1 rule have always been hotly debated. Because this is about more than just a few formalities. It’s about emotions, and these are known to make football the popular sport that it is. The many traditionalists among the fans do not want the club to lose the majority of their say.
The Bundesliga is the last bastion among the world’s top leagues, in which the 50 + 1 rule is still maintained. In most other countries, super-rich people like oil oligarchs or sheikhs own the clubs and pump their private wealth into the club – until they have fun. It is not uncommon for clubs to suddenly face financial ruin.
How does the transfer market react?
The corona crisis is also expected to have a severe impact on the transfer market in summer. The squad and transfer plans of all clubs have been put on hold because nobody knows exactly how long the crisis will continue and what financial damage it will cause. This could be particularly problematic for players with expiring contracts – they face unemployment.
Haaland is firmly in the saddle at BVB
A concern that Erling Braut Haaland does not currently need to worry about. Not only does the 19-year-old still have a contract with Borussia Dortmund until 2024 – Raiola’s statements also show that the striker could currently find accommodation with almost every club.
Haaland’s father talks about a possible farewell
Erling Haaland’s father also knows this. He has already commented on a possible farewell and is already considering a favorite. Alf-Inge Haaland: “It is true that the Spanish league is a very good one for my son, with great teams.” The Norwegian of “AS” continues: “But we don’t know if we will play in Spain. What has to happen has to happen.”
The Haaland family would very likely have a buyer. Among other things, Real Madrid is said to have its eyes on the young superstar. (dhe)